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WOODRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Bulldog Track & Field. It Begins with YOU! T ake care of your FAMILY responsibilities E ngage in POSITIVE activities A chieve.

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1 WOODRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL Bulldog Track & Field

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3 It Begins with YOU! T ake care of your FAMILY responsibilities E ngage in POSITIVE activities A chieve YOUR individual goals M odel an ATHLETIC lifestyle

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5 The Mission Every Woodridge Track and Field athlete will have the opportunity to improve every day. We will provide a supportive environment where team members are treated with respect and dignity. Our program will be competitive and represent the Woodridge Local School District with pride as we honor the coaches and athletes that were here before us.

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7 REMEMBER THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE… Where do you want to be?

8 Boys Championships Conference Championships 2002, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 District Championships 2009 and 2010 Regional Championship 2010 State Runners Up 1987 and 2010

9 Girls Championships Conference Championships 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 District Championships 1996 and 2006 State Runners Up 1995

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11 State Champions 1600 Meter Run Morgan Willis Erin Mercer Bob Henes Scott Mercer 3200 Meter Run Angie Kubick Bob Henes 3200 Meter Relay 2010 (Charles, Sulzer, Cochrun, Sivakumaran) 2011 (Charles, Sulzer, Onifer, Sivakumaran) ALL-TIME, ALL-DIVISION STATE RECORD

12 State Runners Up 1600 Meter Run Maria Moore Scott Hilditch (2X) 3200 Meter Run Katie Sabino 800 Meter Run Vibushan Sivakumaran High Jump Ann Marie Doroba 3200 Meter Relay 2011 (Moore, Stockton, Moeller, Willis) 2007 (Himelright, Marette, McCoy, Hilditch) 2007 (Cochran, Dougherty, Dougherty, Mercer)

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14 2002 Portage County League Champions

15 Stan Stammen Coach of the only Ohio Girls State Championship Team in Woodridge history (1995) Coach of two Cross Country All-Americans

16 Katie Sabino – 1996 North Carolina State Wolfpack 2 X High School State Champion in Cross Country High School All-American in Cross Country 4 x All ACC in Cross Country All-American in Cross Country All American Track & Field

17 Bob Henes – 1986 North Carolina State Wolfpack 5 High School State Championships High School All-American in Cross Country 7 X NCAA Division I All- American in Cross Country and Track Awarded the Kennett Award for the most outstanding North Carolina State University athlete OATCCC Hall of Fame

18 FUTURE GREATS?

19 WHERE DO WE WANT TO BE?

20 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Please review your student handbook for the expectations held for ALL Woodridge High School students.

21 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Practices will be held at Woodridge High School from 2:45 until 5:30. This time may change slightly based upon the training phase and practice objectives.

22 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules All practices are mandatory. Meetings with teachers and/or injuries will typically be excused. ALWAYS communicate with a coach BEFORE the absence.

23 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Excused absences from school will result in an excused practice. However, detention is not a valid reason to miss practice. Serve your time and get to practice as soon as possible.

24 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Athletes are to take care of themselves physically and mentally. That is, they are to eat well-balanced meals and get plenty of rest. They should do nothing that jeopardizes the success of their team.

25 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Student athletes are expected to carry themselves in a manner that reflects well upon their team and their school. Failure to do this will result in discipline and/or suspensions as deemed necessary by the coaching staff.

26 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Athletes are expected to strive toward mastery of their event. They will demonstrate a strong work ethic and desire to improve. They will take pride in their team and individual performance.

27 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Any conflict or concern regarding participation in track and field should be first taken up with their event coach, then their head coach, and if necessary the athletic director. Parents are welcome to schedule meetings with the coaching staff at any time.

28 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules Disrespectful behavior to a coach, an official, or another competitor is grounds for removal from the program. Sportsmanship is expected.

29 Bulldog Track & Field Team Rules We are a TEAM, not merely a collection of individuals. Student athletes are expected to stay through the final event of all dual meets.

30 It Begins with YOU! T ake care of your FAMILY responsibilities E ngage in POSITIVE activities A chieve YOUR individual goals M odel an ATHLETIC lifestyle

31 Required Paperwork Athletic Physical on file with Woodridge High School Insurance Waiver Form Emergency Medical Form Team Rules/Regulations

32 Events to be Contested… Shot Put Discus Pole Vault High Jump Long Jump 4 X 800 Meter Relay 100/110 Meter Hurdles 100 Meter Dash 4 X 200 Meter Relay 1600 Meter Run 4 X 100 Meter Relay 400 Meter Run 300 Meter Hurdles 800 Meter Run 200 Meter Dash 3200 Meter Run 4 X 400 Meter Relay Maximum of four (4) events per meet!

33 Varsity Letter Requirements Earn 20 points throughout the season. Beyond team points in the regular season, there are other ways to garner varsity points. Performance standards will also be considered when awarding varsity letters. Earn one (1) team point per contest. Remember, a double dual meet actually counts as two (2) meets. Student/Athlete does not have any unexcused practices for the season – 2 points. Student/Athlete assists with running the Woodridge Middle School home meets – 1 point/meet (max of 2) Student/Athlete participates in Booster Club Fund Raiser – 2 points

34 Varsity Letter Points Earned A student-athlete will earn a varsity letter if he/she averages ONE point per VARSITY meet for ALL meets up to and including the District Championships. Dual meets will count as two (2) meets. Twenty (20) Points will be required in Team points earned at the Portage Trail Conference Meet, the Northeast Ohio District Championships, the Northeast Ohio Regional Championships, and the Ohio State Championships will be doubled for letter status. These modifications will NOT change the official points scored totals for the season.

35 Varsity Letter Performance Standards A student-athlete that meets ALL attendance requirements AND meets the performance standard(s) below will earn a varsity letter. That is, if an athlete does not earn enough team points to letter they can meet one of these standards to earn a letter. This will allow strong athletes in our deeper events the opportunity to letter. This will also allow an injured athlete the opportunity to letter without participation in all meets. This assumes the athlete in question continues to attend and participate in practice to the best of their ability. Please note…all times are FAT. Hand times will need to be about.24 seconds FASTER.

36 Event Boys Standard Girls Standard /110 Hurdles Hurdles High Jump5' 8"4' 8" Long Jump18' 9"14 9 Shot Put39' 0"29' 0" Discus110' 0"90' 0" Pole Vault10' 6"7' 6"

37 Goals… Outcome Goals: These goals are the goals you hope to achieve…the BIG goals for your season. For example: Score at the PTC Meet Qualify to the Regionals Throw 36 in the shot Performance Goals: These goals are the goals that you need to complete to hit your Outcome Goals. For example: I will get 8 hours of sleep I will not drink pop for the season I will cool down after EVERY workout

38 Hydration It is often recommended that athletes consume ½ their body weight in ounces of water. For example: If I weigh 150 pounds, I should consume at least 75 ounces of water each day. Please note these are suggestions…high temperatures will require MORE WATER!

39 Emily Gillespie (13) West Virginia University – Morgantown, WV

40 Hannah Bouplon (13) Cuyahoga Community College– Cleveland, OH

41 Drake Sulzer (12) John Carroll University – Cleveland, OH

42 Nick Karam(12) Mount Union University – Alliance, OH

43 Morgan Willis (11) Akron University – Akron, OH

44 Maria Moore (11) Akron University – Akron, OH

45 Miranda Stockton (11) Mount Union University – Alliance, OH

46 Jimmy Charles(11) Indiana State University – Terre Haute, IN

47 Jacob Onifer (11) Liberty University – Lynchburg, VA

48 Alix Beane (11) Ursuline College – Pepper Pike, OH

49 Vibushan Sivakumaran (11) North Carolina State University – Raleigh, NC

50 Kyle Cochrun (11) Akron University – Akron, OH

51 Jacob Arnold (10) Defiance College - Defiance, OH

52 Tiffany Onifer (10) Waynesburg University – Waynesburg, PA

53 Justin Fawley (10) Hillsdale College – Hillsdale, MI

54 Nathan Mercer (10) Case Western Reserve – Cleveland, OH

55 Erin Mercer (09) North Carolina State – Raleigh, NC


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